ambiguite etymology

Middle English word ambiguite comes from Latin ambiguus, and later Latin ambiguitas (Ambiguity, uncertainty, equivocalness.)

Detailed word origin of ambiguite

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ambiguus Latin (lat) (figuratively) wavering, not to be relied on, untrustworthy, unreliable, treacherous. (of discourse) obscure, ambiguous. Changing, fluctuating, wavering. Going two ways, hither and thither, moving from side-to-side. Hybrid. Uncertain, doubtful, undecided, indecisive.
ambiguitas Latin (lat) Ambiguity, uncertainty, equivocalness.
ambiguite Old French (fro)
ambiguite Middle English (enm)